Is Dr. Pepper one of the sodas available onboard. It would only be worth getting the soda card for my older daughter if this was one of the drinks. For some reason, it is the only soda she likes. Weird.
We are going on the Triumph
Well, good news and bad news. The good news is that they have Mr. Pibb, which is Coke's version of Dr. Pepper and I actually like Mr. Pibb better. Not very different though.
The bad news is because its not coke produced ccl will not have dr. pepper.
Holiday 5-day Western Caribbean
Liberty 8 day Western
I guess it depends on what area of the country--I thought Dr. Pepper WAS a coke product?? In utah when the coke products go on sale--Coke, Sprite, Barques Root beer etc. Dr. is also part of that list. However, i've also noticed that in some resturants Mr. Pibb does replace Dr. Pepper--never really quite understood this.
For the record - Dr Pepper and 7-Up are their own company (Dr. Pepper/7Up Inc.) - neither Coke or Pepsi products which is why both are hard to find in restarants. However, I did just notice today that there is Dr. Pepper in our Pepsi vending machine, so we looked on the bottle and apparently it is bottled by Pepsi at the Pepsi plants, but it is indeed a seperate company.
Now I just know that I am going to be craving Dr. Pepper when I am on my cruise just b/c I cant get it!
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Victory, here I come!! - October 2, 2004
I've been a die-hard Diet Dr. Pepper drinker since 1973 or 74 (when it came in a blue can)....I guess I'll have to pack a six pack so I can have one first thing each morning. I drink one every morning, like my husband drinks coffee. As long as I have one a day, I can make do with other beverages throughout the day....